It’s a late Sunday morning and you are walking through the famous antique market in Naviglio (see the Navigli article). You start getting a bit hungry and have no clue as to which restaurant to choose among the huge variety along the canal… If you make two turns you will find this parallel street called via Vigevano, full of interesting restaurants and shops. The place for a lunch break, a coffee, appetizer, happy hour, dinner or anything else, is Taglio.
When I don’t have time to search for a place, I know that I can’t go wrong there. Fresh homemade pasta, great selection of cheeses (ask for “vacca bruna”) and Parma ham, delicious lasagna, and a great wine selection.
It’s a restaurant, bar, and food and coffee shop, so everything the owners put on sale they have personally tried and can advise you on what’s best. Specially if you are a coffee lover! The owner is a poetic teller about the 5000 aromes you can find in a simple coffee, besides having the best coffee mixes and machine in town.
I suggest you try their variety of olive oil and buy one as a gift for someone back home. There is nothing my family appreciates more. And if you know about a product that you like and you don’t know how to get it, you can write them e-mail about it. They will do the impossible to help you find it there.